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About Eagle Valley news. (Richland, Or.) 191?-1919 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 13, 1914)
To my patrons in Baker Co.:-
It Always Pays
To buy the best:-
THE McCONNON LINE of Domestic and Stock Remedies
?mvo "Q superior. AIho puro Spicda and Extracts.
YOUR MAIL ORDERS
J, Will receive prom.pt attention. Iforftage pnjd to your door.
Further Particulars on Request
SEND ALL ORDERS TO
J. N. ' CARROLL
Main Street in Richland is
getting to be qui to a good look
ing stroot ninco nearly all the
buildings have been freshly
painted. The Cover building, in
which is located the Home Bak
ery and Restaurant and Dr. San
ders office; and T. J. Roddick's
Barber Shop are the latest to bo
painted a nice white. So many
buildings havo been painted
white, on Mam' Street that it
will soon be known
Groat White Way."
Between eight and ten cars of
yearlings were shipped to Port
land markets Monday by Eagle
sheepman. Among those who
shipped were Thos. SeigeJ, Mr.
Brooks, Geo. DcrtBley, Chet. Maly
t Orson Moody and several others.
First Street Near Washington
A first class Hotel at a moder-
ate price. Special Rates to Ea
gle and Pine Valley people.
J, B. ROGERS, Prop.
Bible School 10 a, m.
Mrs. Dimmiok, Superintendent
Y. P. S. G. E 7:15 p. m.
Prayer Meeting and Choir Pra
tice every Wednesday 8:00 p. m.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
1SOI.ATH1) Til ACT
UI'.rAHTMI'.NT OF TUB INTKUIOH
United UutOR Land Office.
nt La C! rondo, , Crimen, July 11th, 10M
NOTIGB ib lif rohy KIvcn thnl, n direct-
tnl bv tlio Comtnlflslonor of tlio General
Land ojTkw, nndor provifiloitH of .Act of
ConKrcMH npftrovLHl Juno 27, 1900 (31
SUits., 517), ptiriunnt to tlio applica
tion of Wlllio P. Davis, of lliclilnnd,
Ort'Kou.Sorinl No. 012002, wo will otter at
public tmlo. to tlio iiiKlumi bidder, but
nt not loan tlmn $2.00 per ncro at 10
o clock A. M., on tlio 17th day of Sep
tombur. 10M, nt this ofllco, the follow
fnu tract of land : SWM SB 1-1, Sec. G,
Nl-2 NEI-1, 8BI-1 NK1-I, Sea. 7, Tp.
10 S., 11. 1(1 B., W. . Serial No. 012002
This tract is ordered into tlio market
on a showing that the greater portion
thereof is mountainous or too rough for
cultivation. Any person claiming ad
versely tlio abovo-dvscribcd land nro ad
vised to flip thoir claims, or objections,
on or boforo tho time designated for salo.
F. C, Bjumwoll, Resistor.
Nolan Skiff, Receiver.
Sunday School 10:00 a. m., E. E.
Preaching by the pastor at 11:00
a. m. Subject: "Our Duty to
)Childrcn's and Young People's
services postponed for the pres
Preaching by the pastor at 8:00
p. m., Subject, "Our Duty
to the Heathen1' continued.
Prayer meeting Wednesday at
8 p. m.
Choir Uehersal Thursday at 8:00
p. m., Fred CundifT leader.
Frank Hopkins, pastor.
Classed Among the Best in 'ftc Northwest
No Better Equiptment. Room and Board $18 to, $25
Mafiy work for Room and Board "
A Tuition Within the Reach of All
Fall Term Opens Tuesday, Sept. I, Enroll Ear'y for
One Month Free Tuition
Given to those eirottig from Aug. 24Ui to Sept. 7tli, 1914, paylno six flunk's Cm
Nned Course hi advance. This is eplvaleij to 12 1-2 per celt disiolint on. a entire
course. Secure tbts lifontli by enroling witliffi trie aliove dates. Write for Catafej or
call and sec us
Baker Business College X ST01"' Prop'
THE LIFE CAREER
"Schooling In youth should Inrariably be
directed to prepare a person in the lct tray
lor ine uei pertnuiirui occupation lor wmcit
pabJc." VrcstdentC. W. UlloU
lie Is cap
This Is the Mission of the
Forly-slxlli School Year Opens
SEPTEHBER i8th, 1914
Write for illustrated 100-page Book
let, " THE LIFE CARBFtt,"" and for Cata
log containing full information. '
Decree Courses AGRICULTURE :
Agronomy, Animal Husbandry.DairyHtis
bandry. Poultry Husbandry, Horticulture.
Agriculture for Teachers. FORESTRY,
Logging Engineering, home Eco
nomics: Domestic Science, Domestic Art,
ENGINEERING: Electrical, Irrigation,
Highway, Mechanical, Chemical, Mlnlnjj.
Ceramics. COMMERCE. PHARMACY.
Vocational Cozratt-AgrlcuIture, Dairy
ing, Home Makers' Course, Industrial
Arts, Forestry, Business Short Course.
School of iVwjo-Plano, String, Band,
Farmers Business Course by Mail Free.
Address THK RHCISTKAR,
(tw.7.15to!M) CorvalMsV Oregon
$100 REWARD, $100
Tho readers of this paper will
be pleased to learn that there is.
at least ono dreded diseases
that scionce has boon able to cure
in all its stagos, and that is Cat
arrh. Hairs Cattarrh Cure is
the only postivo cure now known
to the medical, fraternity. Cat
arrah being a constitutional dis
easo, requires a constitutional
treatment. Hull's Catarrh Cure
is taken internally, acting direct
ly upon tho blood and mucous
surfaces of tho system, thereby
destroying the foundation of the
discasa, and giving the patient
strength by building up tho con
stitution and assisting nature in way they expect to got many in
doing its work, The propriotorstcrested in attondi'ng church.
havo so much faith in its curative
powers that they offer One Hun
dred. Dollars for any case that
it fails to cure, Send for list of
Address: F. J. CHENEY & Co
Sold by all druggists, 75c
Take Hall's Family Fills for
Tag Day Planned
With the object in view of
causing people to go to church,
tho Methodist Church is planning
to shortly, tag every person they
can catch with' a tag on which
will be prfntedi "lam going to
church Sunday, Aug. 30, " in this
Pine Man in Germany
Armed with American express
travelers' checks, Fred Koopman
is doing Germany, or was when
last heard from. No word has
been received from Mr, Koop
man since the opening of hostili
ties but it is believed that he is
getting along all right. He had
been in the Fatherland about
two months before the war broke
Motion Pictures To-night
Parker's regular weekly show
takes place tonight at the Opera
House. Electric lights, pictures
that can be seen as plain as life
no flicker. The machine projects
a picture, life size, and there is
no trouble in seeing them' for
thov annear before you just the
same as every day life. (Adv)!
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The best e
ed Hotel in the
ALSO one UPRIGHT BREWSTER
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Mrs. S. E. JONES
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Butterwraps, an essential, $1.25, hun
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